Tenneco Offers Rancho Spring Promo - Tire Review Magazine

Tenneco Offers Rancho Spring Promo

Tenneco’s Rancho brand will offer consumers a rebate on qualifying lift kits, shocks and other components this spring.

Between March 1 and June 30, customers who purchase qualifying Rancho lift kit and parts invoiced at $1,600 or more will receive a $300 Visa prepaid card. Consumers can also earn a $200 Visa card for Rancho lift kit and parts invoiced at $800-$1,599. Other purchases may be eligible for lesser Visa card values, Tenneco said.

“Every Rancho performance suspension system features a built-with-a-purpose design, helping you to tackle off-road trails and maintain on-road driveability,” said Chris Gauss, director of performance products at Tenneco. “This spring promotion certainly makes it easy to save when upgrading your truck, Jeep or SUV’s shocks or lift.”

Products included in this promotion are qualifying Rancho suspensions systems, RS5000 or RS5000X shocks, RS7000 MT shocks or struts, RS9000 XL shocks or struts, or Rancho quickLIFT Loaded/RS9000XL shock combinations. For a complete list of qualifying products and reward values, vist www.gorancho.com.

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